01863nlm0 22002051i 450 001001200000006001900012007001500031008004100046020001800087040000800105100005600113245016600169260001200335260003000347300001100377520100000388856009301388856009601481856008001577HARMA 74860m g0 d cr mn ---auama230206c go d fre  a9782140299797 bfre0 aMihaela Daciana Natea (ed.) ; Preface by Hedi Saidi aDisinformation crossing borders - The Multilayered Disinformation Concerning the War in UkrainebThe Multilayered Disinformation Concerning the War in Ukraine -  aParis : bEditions L'Harmattan a254 p. aSome 400 years ago, in an era where reaching information was a struggle, Francis Bacon acknowledged that information is power. The quote holds a great truth : the access to information can help people to take better informed decisions. The problem we are facing today is choosing the right information, the relevant one and the truthful one. In security studies Hybrid War is not just a concept, it is a reality. The pandemic has shown that disinformation can play a major role in political decisions. These aspects are even more complicated if we look at the war in Ukraine. Layers upon layers of news, images, social media posts present a rather puzzling palimpsest, and all these contradicting images have an impact over the general perception of the televised war. The present volume gathers studies concerning the cross-border effects of disinformation, capturing the transnational effects and narratives concerning the war in Ukraine, but also a multidisciplinary view over the phenomenon.40uhttps://www.editions-harmattan.fr/catalogue/couv/9782140299797r.jpg2Image de couverture40uhttps://www.harmatheque.com/downloadebook/97821402997972TÚlÚcharger le livre au format PDF40uhttps://www.harmatheque.com/readebook/97821402997972Lire ce livre en ligne